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Experience Carl Benz School of Engineering's Summer School
The aim of this one-week Summer School is to offer the unique combination of a challenging course program in engineering and leisure activities to technically-interested high school students between the ages of 16 and 19.
The Summer School's lectures and institute visits place emphasis on railway system technology, automobiles, robotics, energy and virtual engineering. Participants also have the chance to experience various hands-on activities during the workshops. The visit to the world famous Daimler AG completes our academic agenda.
The many exciting excursions give you the opportunity to become acquainted with Karlsruhe and the German culture, with the highlight of going to the most popular theme park in Germany – the Europapark in Rust.
The Carl Benz Summer School is a great opportunity to gain first impressions of student life and to learn more about a possible future career in engineering!
In 2018, the Carl Benz School offers two Summer Schools in Karlsruhe (Germany) thanks to the large amount of inquiries. The Summer Schools take place from June 23 to June 29 and from June 30 to July 6.
Please apply to the Summer School before April 30, 2018.
Tuition & fees
The course fee amounts to 900 €. This includes excursions, workshops, institutes visits, lunches, leisure activities and tram tickets. Excluded are costs for travel and accommodation.
Carl describes his experience at Carl Benz School of Engineering and life as a student.
As part of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), the Carl Benz School of Engineering offers quality German university education in the form of a mechanical engineering degree program for English-speaking students from around the world. Small classes of around...
Location & accommodation
Welcome to Karlsruhe, Germany
The Carl Benz School of Engineering and its campus is located right in the center of the city of Karlsruhe, between the large campus of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) with about 22.000 students and the palace of Karlsruhe. The university embedded in the 225.000 inhabitant’s city creates a lively, young atmosphere with a bustling downtown area of student-oriented activity. There...